Unplanned
Last Updated: 22 Apr 2020 19:11 by Denise

Bug report

The Core wrapper does not have a "Type" option:

.DependenciesDataSource(d => d
	.Model(m =>
	{
		m.Id(f => f.DependencyID);
		m.PredecessorId(f => f.PredecessorID);
		m.SuccessorId(f => f.SuccessorID);
		**m.Type(f => f.Type);**
	})
	.Read("Read_Dependencies", "Gantt")
	.Create("Create_Dependency", "Gantt")
	.Destroy("Destroy_Dependency", "Gantt")
)

Both the MVC wrapper and the jQuery widget allow to specify a field in the data that will be used as "type". Currently the Core wrapper does not allow specifying a field, and dependencies will work only if the data contains a field named "Type".

Environment

  • Kendo UI version: 2020.1.406
  • jQuery version: x.y
  • Browser: [all ]
Unplanned
Last Updated: 21 Apr 2020 08:11 by Denise

Bug report

The OrderId field for the Gantt tasks cannot be defined in its datasource using the UI for ASP.NET Core wrappers.

*for more details, please refer to ticket #1461758

Reproduction of the problem

Create a UI for ASP.NET Core project and try to initialize the Gantt component with a datasource configured similar to the following:

image

Current behavior

The marked "OrderID" definition is not a valid one in UI for ASP.NET Core

Expected/desired behavior

The datasource configuration provided above(or similar) should be valid for the Gantt component. The OrderID should be configurable using the ASP.NET Core wrappers.

Environment

  • Kendo UI version: 2020.1.406
  • jQuery version: x.y
  • Browser: [all]
Unplanned
Last Updated: 26 Nov 2019 09:59 by ADMIN
Created by: Sergio
Comments: 1
Category: Gantt
Type: Feature Request
0

Hello,

I have a Gantt that only can have two levels. I guess drag&drop is the best and easiest way to do this (Is it a better solution like editing the order value directly in the TreeList area?)

I want to implement order change in the following way. 

  1. If user changes parent task order, he has to drag that parent task (A) and drop on another parent task (B). This way, task A will take task B order value (Shall task B take task A order?). If user drops parent task A on any child task, no order change will happen.
  2. Drag of any child task only will be valid in the same parent. I mean, dropping child task in any parent task or in other parent child task will do nothing.

Could you send me any example of this behaviour?

Regards!

 

Declined
Last Updated: 03 Oct 2019 07:08 by ADMIN
Created by: Alberto Zanetti
Comments: 1
Category: Gantt
Type: Feature Request
1
That is a missing feature which is contained in Jquery gantt.
Unplanned
Last Updated: 13 Sep 2019 06:55 by ADMIN
Created by: Alberto Zanetti
Comments: 1
Category: Gantt
Type: Feature Request
1
I'm working with the Gantt in asp.net core and it's okay apart for the height.
I need it to be as high as the data inside it, similar to what you can do with grids.
I searched but I didn't find anything that would allow it;
How i can achive this result?